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Maia Regman Mrs. Magnan Biology Honors 7 February 2014 The Psychology of Death Death. Here written in black and white, boldface, Times New Roman, font 12, the can strike a sense of mystery, fear into the hearts of men, or awe. Over centuries, nations? viewpoints on death have evolved. In ancient Egypt, death was not feared, but welcomed as a time of eternal joy. Now, however, it is a somber situation and dreaded. An article by Steve Taylor published in Psychology Today ventures into the psychological aspect of death.

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